• 10/16

    Nordiska Kök is the new king of kitchens. Their Nordic inspired kitchens embody the Scandinavian philosophy of slow and meaningful living.

    The way they describe what a Nordiska Kök kitchen is:

    A kitchen where coffee tastes a little bit better, and where dinner quickly turns into a party. All our kitchens are built to be timeless and last for years, and to leave the lightest possible footprint on world resources.

    Every product is locally crafted in Gothenburg, made entirely from scratch to fit each client’s needs and wishes – and the result are these jaw-dropping rooms that you must surely have already seen online. The kitchens are timeless in style, yet perfectly made to withstand the wear-and-tear of time.

    See more of their work:

    Minimal& Natural

    Nordic Archipelago

    Have you picked your favorite?
  • 08/15

    This 150sqm apartment located in Denmark, Copenhagen was designed by Natalie Dubroska, a talented interior designer based in Kiev and founder of Dubroska Studio.

    Her work stems from very basic principles – those that we often overlook as important in any creative process. She describes the focus of this project as "creating the perfect home", which to Natalie is:

    Space, an abundance of light, literate details, every item matters.
    Harmony, silence, good energy.
    In decisions, there is a soul, every idea "lived".

    Meaning, feeling, mindfulness, mind.

    It is impossible to disagree with such a perfect description – in light of how it plays out in reality.

    Ph. Yaroslav Priadka
  • 07/30

    Annabell Kutucu is a renowned Interior Designer and Stylist based in Berlin. She has been styling and decorating private luxury homes for more than 10 years. Since she set up her own business in 2010, with a focus on hospitality and private residences, her style has allowed her to work on several (and may I add: stunning!) hospitality projects, like the renowned Casa Cook Kos, The Scorpio Hotel and Tulum Treehouse in Mexico – among many other noteworthy projects.

    I’ve featured some of her projects before. Her wanderer style is not only eye-catching but very inspiring for those of us who enjoy traveling vicariously through her work.

    In her newest interior design work: "No Ordinary Apartment" - Annabell designs the 300sqm apartment for a travel aficionado and the result is nothing but perfection. The apartment is divided in two, united with a seamless connection through wooden sliding doors. A composition of custom-made interiors, wooden furniture, rough linen and carpets, selected mid-century vintage finds and unique objects complement the subdued walls. The owner’s travel finds have been displayed around the apartment and they bring a beautiful warmth to the otherwise clean slate. Texture is brought in with large wicker baskets, handmade cushions, raw wood and ceramics – and the space is further personalized by the artwork hanging on the wall.

    My favorite room (as usual, I must confess) is the bathroom. I get the feeling that the owner is transported to a faraway destination by stepping into that extraordinary space. Textured walls, soft natural lighting and a minimalist touch are very much what composes my dream room.

    Simple living and leisure are words I'd use to describe this place. A celebration of the modern Bohemian, a tactile experience and laid-back luxury, maybe? However we describe this place, the images above speak louder of the mastery and spirit of both the owner and the designer.

    What's your favorite spot in this apartment? Leave your answer below.

    Ph. Claus Brechenmache
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